Wichita Clinic physicians at Bethel in Newton have seen patients with colds and bronchitis. Physicians recommend washing your hands and drinking plenty of fluids. The cold will usually last one week to 12 days. You should see a doctor if you have tried over-the-counter remedies without success, have a sore throat with fever and no other cold symptoms, have chest tightness, difficulty breathing and/or wheezing, are coughing up green or yellow mucus, have a fever greater than 101, have night sweats, or coughing up blood.
Wichita Clinic physicians at Eberly Farm Immediate Care have seen cases of the stomach flu including nausea, vomiting and fever. Physicians are also seeing patients with bad colds and are continuing to give numerous flu vaccines.
Wichita Clinic Immediate Care physicians at Murdock are seeing patients with upper respiratory infections and strep throat and stomach flu.
Wichita Clinic physicians in Augusta have seen patients with hay fever, asthma exacerbation and mono.